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the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. senators want to question leon panetta about the attack in benghazi libya and there is a lot of questions about the lack of security at the consulate. four americans were killed including ambassador chris stevens. >>> around the world they are blood casting what a -- broadcasting what appears to be u.s. spy drones and they claim they have decoded the spy drones. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with the department of defense. the person who can speak to me about it will not be there for another 45 minutes. it shows an aerial view of the city, possibly a u.s. drone base in afghanistan. iran is using this as a way to spy on middle eastern countries that want to be left alone. this all comes as the senate intelligence committee will receive a classified document on how u.s. drones can be used. some are angry saying they targeted americans overseas without congressional oversight. reports show two americans were killed in 2011 were working for al qaeda and they are releasing that memo today after they spent months pushing for it. senator
with immigration leaders and the other with ceos of major u.s. companies. the president wants to get input on immigration reform from both sides. >>> there are fewer mexican who have become eligible and 60% of none eligible mexican have become sit sins and that's according to the center but only of% of fellow mexican have. this is a report for those not applying because of lack of english skills, not having that $680 application fee and fear of not passing the citizenship test. >>> the debate on medical marijuana is about to heat up. they are scheduled to hear arguments on whether they can ban retail dispins tries -- dispensaries for legal use. they are voting to not outlaw this. >>> they are working on changes to federal marijuana laws and coming up at 5:15 the legislation lawmakers have been working on quietly and the name change that is being introduced into the proposal. >>> it is as bad as los angeles and it ranges right near the list of cities with bad traffic. tara moriarty joins us to tell us how much time we spend stuck in traffic and how much money it costs us. >>> this is 580 th
reported a $115 million loss. >>> checking in on the u.s. markets and where we start the day. slight gains yesterday with dow jones starting today at 13,944. and i'm just getting a fresh look at the futures right now. they do indicate a bit of a mixed opening. >>> the u.s. justice department is looking at suing moody. the government is likely to hold off until a similar lawsuit against rival standard and poors is tested in the courts. both ratings services are accused of inflating some mortgage bonds. >>> if you drank, how the price of alcohol could effect your life. details of a new study and how the price tag of that drink may keep some people alive. >>> and out of this world science project becomes a youtube sensation. the local students who is behind it. >>> welcome back. a houston woman is facing vehicle homicide charges in a super bowl tragedy. they were killed in a suspected drunk driving accident. it happened just outside of new orleans just hours after sunday night's super bowl. prosecutors have filed felony charges against the 26-year-old woman for the deaths of brian and alice y
- bay and hewlett packard are able to reduce their taxes by billions. the u.s. tax code allows companies to reduce their tax burden by accumulating assesses. >>> a new round starts in the legal battle over pacifica sharp park golf course. it's owned by the city of san francisco but located in pacifica. a judge recently threw out a lawsuit filed by environmentalist that wanted to shut down to protect the frogs and snakes rob the property. but now the law firm says it will defend the city of san francisco for free as environmentalist try to get more than $1 million in legal fees. >>> in san francisco improvements are coming soon for muni's n judah line. san francisco municipal transportation agency will spend almost $6 million on the upgrades. they include installing more travel prediction signs and painting a transit only lane to keep cars from blocking trains. traffic signals will also be changed to give those trains priority. work should be finished by june 2014. >>> time is 5:25. let's go back to sal. you are following crashes and other things. >> we are looking at a crash on 680 south
for the lunar new year. futures indicate a higher opening here in the u.s. when our markets open up in a little more than an hour. you can see on friday they posted gains as well. >>> gas prices continue to sore giving consumers less money to spend on other things. aaa reports the state average is 4:05. the price is a limit lower here in the bay area. the lowest bay area prices up in the north bay where gas is below $4. $3.94. across the region gas up 11 cents or more. >>> the fight against domestic drones is really heating up. why this has a lot of people concerned. >>> the lunar new year begins. celebrations being held all over the world and right here in san francisco. >>> welcome back. time now 5:24. two women are in jail after being accused of robbing the old navy store in concord. it happened yesterday afternoon in the willow pass shopping center. police say a woman walked into the store with her four-year- old son and stole several items. when a prevention officer confronted her, police say she pulled out a knife. the woman jumped into another woman's car they sped away. both were later
in the u.s. general john allan has made it official and he will retire to become the supreme nato commander. he said he needs to address health issues and his nomination was sidelined during an investigation of e-mails he sent to jill kelley. they cleared general allan of any wrongdoing. >>> the largest employee retirement fund will divest itself and they will sell off $5 million worth of stock in two companies that manufacture assault weapons and high capacity ammunition clips. it includes firefighters chp and teachers in light of the connecticut school shooting. >>> pittsburgh is said to have a gun buy back in hopes of getting dangerous weapons off the streets. it will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. march 1st and organizers will pay 300 for assault weapons and 200 for every other firearm and it is for pittsburgh and bay point residents only. >>> they are hoping to keep pro sports teams here but the nfl will not loan them money to build the stadium like they did for the k-9. they say the -- 49ers. they say warriors continue to get ready to move to san francisco. >>> baseball seas
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